After much anticipation and trepidation, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect on January 1, 2020. Many companies are understandably still grappling with the details of the law, the amendments, and the proposed regulations and how to comply with them.
If you have not determined whether the CCPA applies to your company, and if it does, the measures you need to take to comply with its requirements, now is the time. Ignoring it is not the answer or the right strategy.
To assist you in putting CCPA compliance on the top of your new year’s to-do list, we are sharing with you some of our CCPA-related posts from the past year to give you incentive to think about addressing compliance, and offer some tips to help jump start your efforts.
- California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) — What Does Your Business Need to Know to be Prepared?
- CCPA Update
- CCPA News: Amendments Signed into Law by the California Governor and Draft Regulations Released by the State’s Attorney General
- California CCPA Amendment Update: Here’s What Passed
- CCPA Amendment Details to Consider
- To Extend or Not to Extend Consumer Rights to All
- Preparing for Compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act
- CCPA – What is it and What Does Your Business Need to Know?
- CCPA Part 2 – What Does Your Business Need to Know? Consumer Requests and Notice to Consumers of Personal Information Collected
- CCPA – Part 3 – Is the CCPA Still a Work in Progress?